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Fri 5th Aug 2016
Cracking Public Affairs in China: Aligning your Investment Plan with the Chinese Government
05 Aug 2016
August 5, 2016
Time: 12:00 PM-2:00 PM
A talk intended to aid those seeking to do business in China
The emergence of the Chinese economy over the past 30 years hasn’t just meant cheaper goods for Northern Ireland’s consumers – it’s also an unmissable opportunity for our exporters. NI businesses like Dale Farm and Dunbia are already making great inroads in the Chinese market. But, in the post-Brexit economic environment, there’s a new imperative to ensure we do as much business with China as possible.
On Friday, 5 August, Chambré Public Affairs, in association with Belfast City Council, has arranged for Mark Pinner, Managing Director and Partner of Interel China, to provide a talk on how to crack this difficult market. Mark has over eleven years’ experience in Public Affairs in London and Beijing, and is ideally placed to advise on how to improve business prospects through communication and collaboration with the Chinese government. The session will also include contributions from the Lord Mayor of Belfast Brian Kingston and Invest NI.
Teas, coffees and sandwiches will be provided, and there will be an opportunity to network.
Created by Chambre Public Affairs